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Hurricane Ivan. Morning Briefing September 21, 2004. SEOC LEVEL 1 24 Hour Operations. SERT Chief. Mike DeLorenzo Deder Lane. Up Next – Meteorology. Meteorology. Amber Dooley. Current Surface Map. Tropical Storm Jeanne Intensifies Slightly, No Immediate Threat to Land.

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Hurricane Ivan

Morning Briefing

September 21, 2004


SEOCLEVEL124 Hour Operations


SERT Chief

Mike DeLorenzo

Deder Lane

Up Next – Meteorology


Meteorology

Amber Dooley


Current Surface Map


Tropical Storm Jeanne Intensifies Slightly, No Immediate Threat to Land


Hurricane Karl No Threat to Land


Tropical Storm Lisa Moving Westward


Up Next – Information & Planning


Information & Planning

David Crisp


Hurricane Ivan

State/Federal Joint Incident Action Plan #13

State Emergency Response Team

Operational Period: 0700 09-21-2004 to 0700 09-22-2004

Monitor First Response Plan

Identify Life Safety Support to Potentially Affected Areas

Identify Life Sustaining Support to Potentially Affected Areas

Coordinate positioning of response capabilities/assets/teams

Restoration of Critical Infrastructure

Develop a strategy to assist counties in the recovery of the Public Education Systems.

General Operating Objectives:

Fuel supply and distribution concerns

Sheltering: General and Special needs

Infrastructure Water, Power, Transportation, Schools, Healthcare systems

Re-entry into impacted areas

Food, water, ice

Security

Unsolicited goods

Identify Additional Distribution sites

Commodity items for Responders

Unemployment compensation and electronic banking

Mass Feeding

Communications

Issues:

Incident Action Planning Meeting 3:00 PM in Room 130d


Up Next – Operations Chief


Operations Chief

Leo Lachat

Up Next – Emergency Services


Emergency Services


Up Next – Human Services


Human Services

Up Next – ESF 4&9


Human Services

  • Current Operations –

    • Ivan - Continuing to move resources into the affected counties.

    • Frances and Charley - Continue to serve the affected population.

    • Currently Open Shelter Statistics

      • 1,465 persons in public shelters

    • Hurricane Response Statistics to Date

      • 7 mobile kitchens in the field – Santa Rosa, Okaloosa & Escambia counties

      • American Red Cross

        • 188 ERVs Deployed in response to Frances and Ivan

      • Salvation Army

        • 27 canteens for Ivan

  • Unmet Needs –

    • Responding to needs as identified.

  • Future Operations –

    • Sheltering of evacuees, Mass Care Operations, delivery of food, water and ice

    • Coordination of volunteers and donations

    • Handling of animal issues in the areas that have been impacted by Ivan.

Up Next – Infrastructure


Infrastructure


Infrastructure

  • Current Operations –

    • Supporting post-impact responses for Hurricane Ivan

    • Supporting fuel requests for LSA’s and County Emergency Response Ops

    • Supporting county flood-fighting ops and sandbag requests

    • 163,422 customers reported out (Ivan):

      • Escambia – 61% out• Holmes – 0 % out

      • Santa Rosa – 53% out• Walton – 10% out

      • Okaloosa – 33% out• Jackson – 0% out

      • Washington – 0% out• Bay – 0% out

  • Unmet Needs –

    • Diesel and gasoline fuel supply and distribution

  • Future Operations –

    • Continue to monitor transportation, flood-fighting, electricity, fuel and telecom systems

Up Next – Military Support


Military Support

Up Next – ESF 8


Military Support

  • Current Operations –

    • Strength: 4,536

    • TF 53 and TF PHOENIX conducted security operations, humanitarian assistance, and limited LSA support in impacted counties.

    • POTUS visit to Pensacola NAS & Pensacola.

    • TF PHOENIX detached 3265th Prov Trans Co and responsibility for LSA #4 to JTF 32.

    • All FLNG missions end in Holmes County .

    • Attachments and Detachments:

      • Re-arrival report from 1/A/31st FSB (ALARNG)

      • Closing report from AASF/PAARNG (2 CH-47) 1 ea at Hunter AAF and Ft. Bragg.

      • 203rd RHS (VAARNG) convoy arrived HS

      • TXARNG CH-47 arrived in FL

  • Unmet Needs –

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations –

    • LSA Pensacola Regional Airport will move to LSA Saufley Field 21SEP04.

    • Continue to evaluate each mission & track available troops.

    • JTF 53(-) and JTF 32 (-) continue to conduct security and humanitarian assistance operations.

Up Next – Logistics


Logistics

Up Next – Finance & Administration


Finance & Administration


Finance & Administration

  • Current Operations –

    • Various PO's for the establishment of mobile kitchens and comfort stations.

    • Deployment of Personnel

  • Unmet Needs –

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations –

    • Continue to order equipment and supplies as needed.

    • Continue to track costs for all three events.

Up Next – Public Information


Public Information

Up Next – Recovery


Recovery

Up Next – SERT Chief


SERT Chief

Mike DeLorenzo


Next Briefing

September 21 at 1830

ESF Briefing


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